I prayed for a man with a lot of joint pain in his elbows and knees. His son, who was my interpreter for the last two nights, had told me his dad had been to a doctor and he didn't find any reason for this.
I got a word of knowledge from the stage regarding a father of a family suffering with leukemia. When ministry time began, I had already felt that I wanted to pray for a young bald woman and the elderly woman next to her.
At the evening meeting a mother brought her teenage son, Jardine, for prayer. His right eye was not correctly aligned. The pupil was visibly too far to the right. The translator, Fabiola, and I prayed with him.
I prayed with an older lady, Amelia. She had fallen a few months before and damaged her shoulder. It was painful all the time and she had limited mobility. We prayed once for about 5 minutes. She felt slightly better and wanted to stop praying and just let God heal her 'in His own time.'
I was at Faith in Action church. A woman came forward at the end of the evening for prayer. She had neck and right arm pain and also pain in her lower back. I prayed two or three times and she was getting only slightly better.